Key To The City
KEYBANK, SCHENECTADY TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND
Producer City of Schenectady - Joe PiazzoAudio/Visual sound, color
TO CELEBRATE ‘KEY TO THE CITY’
Tour of properties available through program scheduled for Presidents Day Weekend
The successful 'Key to the City' program, a partnership between the City of Schenectady and KeyBank, offers affordable financing and financial education to Schenectady homebuyers. Launched in September 2011, the program's goal is to bring new middle class residents to Schenectady and provide new energy to the local neighborhoods.
On February 19, 12 open houses will be on display for potential homebuyers to have an opportunity to see houses that are available through the Key to the City program. A bus will tour will provide potential homebuyers an opportunity to see the properties in person. Visitors to the open houses will also have the opportunity to speak with city officials from the police and fire departments and the city school district that will be attending the open houses.
Sunday, February 19, 2012
12:00 p.m. - ???
The tour will leave Schenectady City Hall at 105 Jay St. in Schenectady and tour the Stockade, Downtown, State Street, Union Street, Central Park, and 1066, 1091 Keyes Ave, 1401 Ardsley Ave, 1122 Waverly, and 1109 Adams Rd.
Open houses will be at:
1066 Keyes Ave.
1914 Lenox Rd.
1401 Hawthorne St.
922 Marion Ave.
1401 Ardsley St.
1091 Keyes Ave.
1122 Waverly Pl.
1186 Sumner Ave.
1109 Adams Rd.
1123 Creese Ave.
11 North Ferry St.
10 Front St.
Click here for an interactive Google Map of the above properties:
Representatives of City of the Schenectady Fire Department, Police Department and School District
Prudential Manor Homes
Gary McCarthy, Mayor of the City of Schenectady,
Joseph Riedhammer, Sr. Loan Officer of KeyBank Community Development,
Jay Christiana, President of Prudential Manor Homes,
John Yagielski, Superintendent of the Schenectady City School District,
Representatives of the City of Schenectady Fire Department,
Representatives of the City of Schenectady Police Department, and
Representatives of the Schenectady City School District.
Please contact Therese Myers at 518-257-8637 or Ahmad Yusufi at 518-382-5147 more information.